exclamatory


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ex·clam·a·tory

 (ĭk-sklăm′ə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Constituting, containing, relating to, or using exclamation.

exclamatory

(ɪkˈsklæmətərɪ; -trɪ)
adj
using, containing, or relating to exclamations
exˈclamatorily adv

ex•clam•a•to•ry

(ɪkˈsklæm əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

adj.
1. using, containing, or expressing exclamation: an exclamatory sentence.
2. pertaining to exclamation.
[1585–95]
ex•clam′a•to`ri•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.exclamatory - sudden and strongexclamatory - sudden and strong; "an emphatic no"
forceful - characterized by or full of force or strength (often but not necessarily physical); "a forceful speaker"; "a forceful personality"; "forceful measures"; "a forceful plan for peace"
Translations

exclamatory

[eksˈklæmətərɪ] ADJexclamativo

exclamatory

adjexklamatorisch; exclamatory remarksAusrufe pl
References in classic literature ?
"But you are so confoundedly hot-headed and exclamatory that I cannot get a word in.
Conversation was exclamatory for a little while, with gaps of wonderment; and then the Editor got fervent in his curiosity.
When his son pointed out to the experienced warrior the situation of their dangerous enemy, the usual exclamatory "hugh" burst from his lips; after which, no further expression of surprise or alarm was suffered to escape him.
The interview is, however, extremely brief, most of the conversation being on his part, your remarks being mostly of an exclamatory and mono-syllabic order, and as soon as you can tear yourself away you do so.
The thoughts in themselves were not numerous--they were like the thoughts of most human beings, few and simple-- but they cannot be reproduced here in all their exclamatory repetitions which went on in an endless and weary turmoil--for the walk was long.
Moreover, in terms of grammar, two exclamatory sentences and three rhetorical questions enhance Holgrave's critique of the house and thus his strong desire to drastically reform it.
She suggests that her behavior in giving up control perpetuates a myth about writing center tutoring as tutor-controlled, as evidenced by her exclamatory ending that tutors will "reverse the stigma," which seems to refer to the "fix-it" shop myth.
However it is seen that in case of literary multilingualism the word order is not consistently maintained in the sense that the interspersing of other language elements include: fillers, exclamatory particles and reformulations.
Yet as a veteran gossip writer and son of a London vacuum company manager, he understood better than most the success-obsessed middle class and, in his exclamatory catchphrase, their "champagne wishes and caviar dreams!" He offered voyeuristic access to the decadent playgrounds of the 1 percent, from Hollywood to the Riviera, and he packaged it as a veneration of free-market, up-by-your-bootstraps capitalism.
Pronouns (personal, reflexive, intensive, demonstrative, interrogative, exclamatory, and indefinite pronouns)
Exclamatory remarks highlight youthful enthusiasm, curiosity, and discovery.
exclamatory "oh" of line 7; phonetically by the inscape-chime